I've been to festivals before and no matter what the vibe is, the great outdoors, jumping around and general fun don't mix with heavy makeup. With that in mind I decided to keep things light, with a pop of colour and just enough makeup so that I look human in my Instagram selfies. Again, priorities.
For my base I decided to use the Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation in the shade 130 (shell), it's a great colour match and the finish is incredibly natural and long lasting. For concealer the Colourstay Concealer* is my favourite with it's doe foot applicator and medium coverage. It's also really blend-able which works nicely with my dry skin. To warm up my face a little (work is crazy and I haven't seen the sun in what feels like a decade) I used the Revlon Bronzer in Bronzilla* - not too warm, not too cool toned, just right - like the last bowl in the three bears house. Call me goldielocks.
In terms of eye makeup I opted for my usual liquid liner and lashings of black mascara with the Revlon Colourstay Liquid Liner and the Photoready 3D Volume Mascara*. However I decided to deviate from my usual nude lid look and use a matte brown instead. I used the Colourstay eyeshadow quad in Addictive* all over the lid and in the crease - using only my fingers. Can you tell I've done festival makeup before? Pretty much everything I used in the tutorial is brush free for this exact purpose. It can be done!
To finish off I ran the Revlon Brow Fantasy over my brows to fill them in and set them with the gel to make sure they weren't going nowhere! I then swiped on the Revlon Colourburst Matte Balm in Audacious (an old fave) for a pop colour.
And that's my face all set for Lovebox! Make sure you say hello if you spot me as I love meeting you so much!
Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation
Revlon Bronzer in Bronzilla*
Revlon Colourstay Liquid Liner
Photoready 3D Volume Mascara*
Colourstay Eyeshadow Quad*
Revlon Brow Fantasy
Revlon Colourburst Matte Balm in Audacious
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